Eugene Weekly
  • 1251 Lincoln St.
  • Eugene, Oregon 97401
  • Phone: (541) 484-0519
  • Fax: (541) 484-4044
  • Circulation: 37,435 (as of June 2015)
  • Audited By: Verified Audit Circulation
  • Publication Day: Every Thursday
  • Market Served: Eugene metropolitan area
  • National Advertising: Alternative Weekly Network
Eugene Weekly's 84,000 readers pick up EW , they know they're guaranteed an engaging read that challenges the status quo and propels their active lifestyle.

Founded in 1982, EW has become an institution in Oregon's second largest city -- a happening university town that prides itself on small-town ambience and big-city tastes.

EW's award-winning journalists comb the area, looking for the hottest stories on everything from the environment to education, from pop culture to politics.

Residents and visitors alike enjoy EW's quarterly restaurant guide Chow! and special sections on festivals, music, wine, health, and travel.

Eugene Weekly claims to be the only non-metropolitan alternative newsweekly to service two flagship state universities: University of Oregon and Oregon State University.
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Recent AAN Awards

2007 Feature Story, 3rd Place (Circulation Below 55000) by Kera Abraham
1997 Illustration, Special Citation (Circulation Below 54000) by Tom Blazier



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 25-49 (46.6%)

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 M: 47.3%
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Source: Media Audit, Spring 2003


Title Name Email address*
Editor Ted Taylor ---
Associate Editor and Reporter Camilla Mortensen ---
Webmaster / Graphic Artist James Bateman ---
CFO Paula Hoemann ---
Director of Advertising Rob Weiss ---
Graphic Artist Photographer Trask Bedortha ---
Art Director / Production Manager / Photographer Todd Cooper ---
Arts Editor Alex Notman ---
Special issues editor Amy Schneider ---

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